David Spade Gives Kate Beckinsale ‘a Year to Get Over’ Ex Pete Davidson

Kate Beckinsale and Pete Davidson have been broken up for one month, but she may need another 11 to finally move on — at least according to David Spade.

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“I’m going to give her a year to get over that,” the Grown Ups actor, 54, joked to Us Weekly exclusively during a recent press day for Comedy Central, Paramount Network and TV Land in West Hollywood, adding that he has not spoken to the Widow actress, 45, since her breakup from the Saturday Night Live star, 25.

David Spade Gives Kate Beckinsale ‘a Year to Get Over’ Pete Davidson
Kate Beckinsale, David Spade and Pete Davidson. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images; Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images; Steven Ferdman/WireImage/Getty Images

Us confirmed on May 1 that Beckinsale and Davidson called it quits on their nearly four-month fling. “They are done,” a source revealed.

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The former couple started dating in January after flirting at multiple Golden Globe afterparties. As their romance continued to heat up, an insider told Us, “Kate is into Pete and he’s exactly her type. She likes young guys who make her laugh.”

David Spade Gives Kate Beckinsale ‘a Year to Get Over’ Pete Davidson
David Spade attends the Comedy Central, Paramount Network and TV Land summer press day at The London Hotel on May 30, 2019 in West Hollywood, California. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images

Spade trolled Beckinsale for her and the Dirt actor’s age difference, writing on Instagram in March, “You like them young! (Now don’t fight back and roast me just quietly stew and take the hit).” The actress quickly fired back, commenting, “@Davidspade never gonna happen grandpa.”

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Beckinsale shares daughter Lily, 20, with ex-boyfriend Michael Sheen, whom she dated from 1995 to 2003. She was later married to Len Wiseman from 2004 to 2016. Davidson, for his part, romanced Cazzie David from May 2016 to May 2018 before his whirlwind engagement to Ariana Grande, which ended in October.

Spade was promoting his new series, Lights Out With David Spade, which he pitched to the network. “I went to them, and I said, ‘Maybe it’s time for a non-political show.’ I said, ‘No politics, sorta my sense of humor and other than that, we’ll have lots of people on and we’ll discuss whatever is going on in pop culture,'” he told Us. “Just keep it light and less heavy and argumentative.”

Lights Out With David Spade premieres on Comedy Central July 29 at 11:30 p.m. ET.

With reporting by Lindsay Hoffman

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